I am physically disabled. Before moving to my present quarters, I informed the Windham-Windsor Housing Trust that I needed laundry facilities on the premises, and they led me to an apartment in a complex where they were available on site. This worked out for years.
Now there has been a turnover in staff, and the old agreement is being ignored. The new manager doesn’t care about needed reasonable accommodations.
With my bodily issues, I cannot trot off to the laundromat. My husband, with his aging issues, often can’t do so, either.
Is it unreasonable to keep a small laundry going for those that need it? I had thought that W-WHT was more understanding than this.
The local manager refuses to acknowledge the need, and I do not know where else to turn. We who are aging and disabled need to have our needs taken seriously.